A startup accelerator for the world’s poorest
Sep 12, 2013

There’s an opportunity emerging that I’m compelled to explore, and I’ve written about it on Medium.

If kids in poor Ethiopian villages can teach themselves to hack a tablet in 4 months, it makes sense to support them like we do in Western startup accelerators. With mobile adoption in Asia and Africa, the timing is right. With the economic trends working in their favour, they are investible. I want to do this, and I need your help.

Read the full post on medium.com and please join the discussion on Hacker News.

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A tough experience triggered me to reconsider by goals, so switched from educational services and NGOs to a monastic, creative life.

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